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Clean and Repair Your Infected PC with Avira PC Cleaner

Avira PC Cleaner is a portable malware scanner for Windows that can be used in parallel with other anti-malware products to scan a PC in some tough situation. For example, if you find your computer acting a little strange, or if you think you might have a malware infection which your security solution doesn’t detect, you can utilize this scanner to remove the threat.

Avira PC Cleaner works on any computer with Windows XP SP3 or later. Also, it doesn’t require installation or registration and it doesn’t install any drivers on your PC. Just run the application, click ‘Scan System’ button to scan the PC.

 It is advised to disable the installed security product temporarily before scanning. In this way, the files will not be scanned twice. You should reactivate the security product after all is done.

After completing the scanning and found any threat, simply select ‘Remove all’ button to remove the threat. It is recommended you regularly scan your PC with the PC Cleaner, no matter which security solution you have.

You can download the application from source link here.


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